U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Canadian Space Agency grant to help develop next generation of space scientists

The grant supports the development of space technology by providing students and young researchers with hands-on experience

Dr. Trevor Harrison, leading researcher in the study of populism, named winner of Speaker Research Award

Harrison is renowned for his interdisciplinary approach to research that delves into many of today's vital issues

Experts say high mortality rate in Alberta honey bees this year

Dr. Shelley Hoover says the high death toll is Canada-wide, with some areas experiencing a 90 per cent loss

University team of liaisons for Blackfoot communities gets Indigenous name

The University of Lethbridge’s EleV Navigator Team was given the Blackfoot name Iiksitawapa Akakatsiyiwa (Going All Out Society). Elder Francis First Charger bestowed the name at a naming ceremony on May 10.

Analytics lab marks grand opening at U of L Science Commons building

Blue Sky Analytical Labs, which operates out of Science Commons, cut the ribbon to mark its grand opening on May 11.

Stop Imposing Western LGBTQ+ Identities on Non-Western Cultures. It's Gender Colonialism | Opinion

Dr. Paul Vasey examines how differing cultures cannot impose labels on one another

How Do Octopuses Change Color?

Dr. Jennifer Mather shares her insight on color changing cephalopods

LSHOF celebrates class of 2020 during Friday banquet

Dr. Mary Dyck was among the 2020 inductees of the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame celebrated on Friday night after the original event was cancelled due to Covid.

Gates Cambridge scholar reaching for the stars

ULethbridge physics student Alicia Anderson (BSc '20) has been awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship, which will see her study her PhD at Trinity College at the University of Cambridge.

ULethbridge, Lakehead, Brandon U, UOttawa launch new plans and processes to honour reconciliation

ULethbridge recently announced new strategies, plans, and administrative processes that respond to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action

Alberta honey producers facing one of worst years on record for bee deaths

Dr. Shelley Hoover says repopulating bee hives can be extremely expensive

Brands can be rewarded for social activism – but they also risk losing customers to apolitical rivals

Dr. Rhiannon Mesler (Dhillon School of Business) and colleagues weigh in on the pros and cons of brand activism.

Dr. Glenda Simms: A fierce advocate for the rights of women and girls

Alumna was the first black woman to be appointed president of the Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women

Southeast brings AB, SK postsecondary institutions together for open house

Universities and colleges from across Saskatchewan and Alberta gathered on Wednesday at an open house hosted by Southeast College

Crabs and lobsters: sentient by royal appointment

Dr. Jennifer Mather comments on the passing of an historic animal welfare act

Nikkei Memory Capture project aims to democratize history with new instalments at Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens

Community partnership leads to installation of two exhibits at new Bunka Centre

Alberta performer plays Johnny Cash in new Calgary show

Alumnus Devon Brayne is playing singer-songwriter Johnny Cash in the Theatre Calgary production of Million Dollar Quartet

Local Indigenous bead worker gives talk at Galt Museum

Alumna Kalli Eagle Speaker spoke about how she acquired knowledge during a talk at the Galt Museum on Sunday afternoon

Fabricated pleasure at U of L’s Knitting at Noon

Knitting at Noon offered through the ULethbridge Art Gallery offers quiet place for fibre art crafting

A holistic approach: CanREA to launch Human Factors workplan

Master's student Conor Tosh assists in crafting report from Human Factors Workplan project

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